Wills and powers of attorney – Other help
For will/power of attorney preparation
- Queen’s Elder Law Clinic will prepare wills and powers of attorney for people living on a low income who are 50 years of age or older and live in Lennox & Addington County or Kingston.
- The Legal Clinic will prepare of powers of attorney for low-income residents of Northern Lennox & Addington County, Perth and Brockville.
- Northumberland Community Legal Clinic will prepare powers of attorney for low-income residents of Northumberland County.
- Pro Bono Ontario will prepare powers of attorney for people living on low or middle incomes in Ontario.
For estate trustees (formerly executors)
Law Society Referral Service offers a free 30 minute consultation.
Steps to Justice has guided pathways to help you prepare a simple will or power of attorney. Guided pathways are series of online interviews that ask you questions and create legal documents based on your answers. Each question includes information that explains how to answer it. The pathways are free to use.
Please note: Guided Pathways don’t give you legal advice. For advice about your situation, talk to a lawyer.